This is kinda a dumb question, but what does implantation feel like? I hear people say that it is a cramping feeling on your left side most of the time. I'm on day 18 of my cycle, so I'm just curious if that is what is going on right now, or something else going on in that area of my abdomen. Any input is helpful.View Thread
I was feeling icky last week and gave in on Wednesday night. I used a clear blue easy digital test and within 30 seconds had pregnant come up on the little screen. Its still kinda sinking in still and we are telling our close family and friends until the second week in February because I have had two miscarriages before. Its been hard to not tell anyone when they keep asking because they knew we were trying. I just tell them its too early to tell yet because AF was supposed to come yesterday. I already had a doctor appointment because I had one scheduled to see why we weren't getting pregnant, so my doctor was happy and set up my next appointments. Now I have to relax until then.View Thread
According to the ovulation calendar on here today is my most fertile day and my CM verifies it also. DH and I are going to have some more xmas fun of our own tonight and hopefully get the job done right this month, because this is our 4th month of trying. AF is due on January 7th and I have a doctors appointment for January 6th to have myself checked out. Hoping maybe I can have some blood work done that day and have a positive result. Still have a chance to get what we want for Christmas, if all goes well. We have been busy trying this week. BABY DUST TO ALLView Thread
I had AF 8 days ago when it started on Dec. 10th and a few days ago I noticed that my breasts are tender again. I have heard of women being pregnant and still having what they think is AF. AF was no different and I am wondering if I could maybe be pregnant. Just wondering if anyone has any input on this, or suggestions. I'm going to make a doctor appointment either way.View Thread
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